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Sustainable Development

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The Centre interuniversitaire de recherche en analyse des organisations (CIRANO) presents its annual theme for 2018-2019: Sustainable Development.

Explore current issues related to the environment and climate change such as social and international sustainable development issues, green growth and innovation, energy transition, and public policies that promote sustainable development.

The annual theme of Sustainable Development is in line with CIRANO's research concerns and several researchers, in all fields of expertise, are already studying the many issues related to it.

CIRANO's 2018-2019 research program reflects CIRANO's interest in this theme with several activities and conferences on the subject as well as various analyses through the various CIRANO products.

Publications

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Lier les programmes d’aide gouvernementale au transport en commun à la performance des réseaux - Quel modèle pour le Québec ?

Jean-Philippe Meloche, Georges A. Tanguay, Ugo Lachapelle and Stéphanie Boulenger

Sustainable Development, Government finances and Transport
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Tradable Climate Liabilities: A Thought Experiment

Étienne Billette de Villemeur and Justin Leroux

Sustainable Development and Environment
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Pan-Canadian Survey on Perceptions and Concerns of the Agro-Food Industry Facing the Challenges of Food Fraud

Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin, Ingrid Peignier and Yoann Guntzburger

Agriculture and Industrial Cluster

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The Centre interuniversitaire de recherche en analyse des organisations (CIRANO) presents its annual theme for 2017-2018: education.

An accessible and efficient education system allows an economy to grow while facing the challenges of the future. Beyond international trade in goods and services, developed economies are increasingly relying on the human capital that can be accumulated through investment in education to differentiate themselves in their ability to assimilate and implement new technologies and to innovate.

Education is one of CIRANO's research concerns and several researchers are studying the various contemporary issues of the education system.

During the year, several activities and conferences will be organized on this theme. Finally, CIRANO products will adopt education in several analyses.

CIRANO Products

Le Québec Économique

With realistic portraits and quality analyses, “Le Québec économique” project aims to fuel debate on issues that interest and affect all Quebecers. By contributing to the understanding of current issues, “Le Québec économique” is a must on the Quebec economic scene.

Created in 2009 with the purpose of taking stock of the recession aftermath, “Le Québec économique” has evolved over the years. As a CIRANO flagship project, it now comprises:

  • The Québec économique website: The informational portal on current Quebec economy
  • Seven collective works of Le Québec économique series
  • A publication in the “Point de mire sur le Québec économique” collection

Collective works of Le Québec économique series

The books of Le Québec économique series focus on the vulgarization of research and bring together a set of chapters from various authors. Some of the chapters are of a general nature, but the majority of the chapters are part of a chosen theme for each volume. These thematic chapters derive mainly from projects carried out at CIRANO or from its associated researchers. Each chapter addresses an aspect of the chosen theme and eventually proposes avenues for reflection on public policy avenues that could be followed by Quebec to reach its objectives on these matters.

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Mondo

Mondo is a unique database that simultaneously provides macroeconomic data, data on international commerce as well as sectorial and innovation data. Beyond those variables, this represents a paradigm change. We believe that traditional databases are focused on a mercantile approach and may lead to biased analysis. By having access to sectorial data, we incite the user to think in terms of a meso-economic context. This data brings us closer to the reality of globalization and translates into the implementation of global value chains (GVC) from multinational companies (MNC). The thought process is motivated by the consideration of those GVC and the reasons for the attractiveness of certain sectors in emerging countries.

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The Effect of College Education on Health and Mortality: Evidence from Canada

Guy Lacroix, François Laliberté-Auger, Pierre-Carl Michaud and Daniel Parent

Education and Health
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The Ins and Outs of Involuntary Part-time Employment

Daniel Borowczyk-Martins and Etienne Lalé

Labour Market
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Homeownership, Labour Market Transitions and Earnings

Thierry Kamionka and Guy Lacroix

Labour Market

Events and Activities

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The Centre interuniversitaire de recherche en analyse des organisations (CIRANO) presents its annual theme for 2016-2017: Infrastructure.

International organizations are formal: all countries must invest more in infrastructure. The objective is to develop and maintain a network of advanced infrastructure to support economic growth.

For developed countries, the main challenge is to face the challenge posed by the ageing of infrastructure, which is sometimes more than a century old. In Quebec, this challenge is particularly acute because of the simultaneous rehabilitation of many infrastructures built in the 1960s and 1970s.

At the public level, risks related to transport infrastructure and risks related to the health system are systematically included in the three most worrying risk categories in 2011, 2013 and 2016.

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Lier les programmes d’aide gouvernementale au transport en commun à la performance des réseaux - Quel modèle pour le Québec ?

Jean-Philippe Meloche, Georges A. Tanguay, Ugo Lachapelle and Stéphanie Boulenger

Sustainable Development, Government finances and Transport
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Pan-Canadian Survey on Perceptions and Concerns of the Agro-Food Industry Facing the Challenges of Food Fraud

Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin, Ingrid Peignier and Yoann Guntzburger

Agriculture and Industrial Cluster
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Étude pancanadienne sur les perceptions et les préoccupations de l’industrie agroalimentaire face aux défis de la fraude alimentaire

Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin, Ingrid Peignier and Yoann Guntzburger

Agriculture and Industrial Cluster
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Baromètre CIRANO 2018 - La perception des risques au Québec

Ingrid Peignier and Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin

Education, Environment, Risk Management, Immigration, Infrastructures, Financial risks, Health and Transport
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Identification des risques liés aux bris d’infrastructures souterraines pour la santé et la sécurité des travailleurs

Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin and Ingrid Peignier

Infrastructures and Financial risks
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Global Connectedness and Local Innovation in Industrial Clusters

Ekaterina Turkina and Ari Van Assche

Competition, Industrial Cluster and Innovation

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The Centre interuniversitaire de recherche en analyse des organisations (CIRANO) presents its annual theme for 2015-2016: innovation and the economy of sharing.

Innovation, including social innovation, is at the heart of CIRANO's research concerns. Many researchers are studying public policies and identifying the most innovative sectors to ensure that Quebec and Canada remain competitive on the international scene.

The Experimental Economics Laboratory, technological platforms, databases and analytical models developed by CIRANO researchers show that CIRANO is also an actor in innovation. We are currently experiencing changes that are disrupting all sectors. These breakthrough innovations are changing economic models.

We therefore wish to focus on innovation as the driving force of our economy, but also on disruptive innovations that "disrupt" existing models.

Several activities and conferences will be organized on this theme.

Events and Activities

Publications

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Global Connectedness and Local Innovation in Industrial Clusters

Ekaterina Turkina and Ari Van Assche

Competition, Industrial Cluster and Innovation
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Innovation in Humanitarian Supply Chains: A Systematic Review

Nezih Altay, Graham Heaslip, Gyöngyi Kovács, Karen Spens, Peter Tatham and 1 more.

Innovation and Human Resources
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Politiques favorables à l’innovation en santé

Nadia Benomar, Joanne Castonguay, Marie-Hélène Jobin and François Lespérance

Innovation and Health
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Catalyseurs et freins à l’innovation en santé au Québec

Nadia Benomar, Joanne Castonguay, Marie-Hélène Jobin and François Lespérance

Demography and Innovation
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